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Israeli military and police forces were dispatched to the scene.
Jose Angel Gurria (L) during the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem December 8, 2013. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's main coalition partner publicly prodded him on Sunday to show "historic courage" and reach a peace deal with the
The Lower House Financial Committee will request the government to downsize the 2014 state budget draft law, head of the committee said Saturday. MP Mohammad Saudi told The Jordan Times over the phone that the panel will ask the government to cut the
Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar's Entry to Israel Bill, nicknamed the "Infiltrators Bill," will go for its second and third (final) readings Monday night, as lawmakers braced themselves for a long night of voting. "The equation is cruel and simple. If
He was debriefed by a Syrian officer who asked him questions about the Israeli border and security fence. The Syrian army rejected Chalabi, who returned to the border where he was arrested by the IDF.
For the first time, an Indian movie made by producers from the south Indian state of Kerala will be fully shot in the Sultanate, people involved with the making of the movie said...Balakrishnan, the movie will be directed by Madhu Kaithapuram, who
The Laser Masters World Championship 2013 is a great success, according to a top official. Speaking to Times Sport, yesterday, Sheikh Rashad Al Hinai, undersecretary at ministry of sports affairs and chairman of the organising committee of
UAE to regulate their products underits mandatory registration, a senior official told Zawya...Gulf Standardization Organization (GSO),probable by next year, and will extend to construction chemicals like paints,glass, ceramics and flooring products.
Of the total population, Omanis number 2.199 million while 1.741 million are expatriates. Among different governorates, Muscat's population of 1.183 million has 457,306 Omanis and 726,078 expatriates. As far as the expatriate working class is
Thanking Omani authorities and the country's judicial system, a group of 36 Bangladeshi workers who were stranded in Muscat for nearly 32 months are now all set to fly back to their home country. "Finally, with our woes ended, we can fly back home,